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this bill des tenned for hun -- a death sentence for hundreds of thousands of children in russia. >> debra mcfadden adopted a dabbled girl from russia -- disabled girl from russia when she was six. now she's a pair olympickic -- paralympic star. the type of life her mother says vladimir putins who now presented any of russia's orphans of having. >> president putin has just nailed the lid in the coffin. shame on him. shame on him for saying here's an ultimatum. i'm angry at the u.s. for something else. let's use the children as pawns. >> coming up at 6:00, we'll tell you more about the mcfaddens, their connection to russian adoptions and why putin's action could have impacts on families all over the country. >>> now to a story that could affect an awful lot of people in the state. a new law going into effect tuesday will given parents an additional way to protect their children. >> they can protect them thanks to this law. parents can now request a freeze on their kid's cred kit-- credit. the request cap be made online at three of the major credit reporting agencies. in the past the agencie
in the feature story a yes section. >>> for families hoping to adopt terrible news out of russia. what the president is planning that could leave 46 children with loving parents waiting on this waiting waiting side of the ocean in limbo. >>> and why workers possibly going to strike. . >> and we continue to track a new storm system brewing down toward texas. how will it impact us? we will take a look at that at five. . >>> now to a story that's left dozens families in limbo. the russian president prepares to ban united states adoptions of russian children can. once signed it would take effect on new year's day. it's crushing the hearts of so many families here. >> reporter: russia's president said thursday he plans to sign a controversial new law banning united states adoptions. that dashes the hopes and dreams of hundreds of americans trying to adopt russian children. many of them with special needs. russian officials said that even 46 cases which are close to being done will be frozen. those children will now be offered to russian families. american parents thought they would bring
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